Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: The alleged ill-treatment of two Roma women, by police in Strumitsa
Amnesty International (AI) is concerned about allegations that members of the Roma community in Macedonia have been subjected to ill-treatment by police on the grounds of their ethnic identity. One such case is that of two Roma women A, an adult, and B, a 17-year-old juvenile, who were allegedly ill-treated by police officers in Strumitsa on 6 November 2000.
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